Announcing the Short Story Finalists
The following authors have made it to our last round of judging for the 2019 Momaya Short Story Competition. Winners and top stories gaining entry into the Short Story Review will be announced in August. As always, the competition was fierce and there were many great entries — we enjoyed reading all of them and wish to thank everyone who submitted.
Julie Balloo, Garden Hope
Matt Barnard, A Handful of Nails
Nicolas Berman, The Lateral Move
Peter Briggs, And We Petty Men
Paul Clark, Saint Catherine
Hazel Compton, What We Could Have Been
Kevin Crowe, Sanctuary
Tammy Euliano, A Christmas Near Miss: Santa-Fairy and the Tooth Claus
Michael Fleming, If the Cap Fits
Bear Gebhardt, Just the Loves You Need
Bruce Harris, White Lies and Carnivals
John Holland, The Note
Anthony Howcroft, Shadow Day
Miki Lentin, Chicken House
Miki Lentin, The Mess
Erik Löfroth, Time Out
Rosemary Mairs, Just for a While
Angela McCrann, When Shall We Three Meet Again?
Margaret Morey, It Should Have Been Me
Karen Murdarasi, A Wrong Turn
Enid Nicholson, A Chance Encounter
Lorri Nicholson, The Evocation
Nicky Purser, The Cat
Paula Read, Consider Our Ways
MacKenzie Tastan, The Debt
Simon Terhaag, Flashlightpeople
Paul Whittle, Doppelganger
Mary V Williams, The Methusalah Option
“Outsiders” is the theme for the next Momaya Short Story Competition – Enter Your Story
“They grew up on the outside of society. They weren’t looking for a fight. They were looking to belong.” ― S.E. Hinton, The Outsiders
The 2019 Momaya Poetry Competition is in full swing!
Momaya is now accepting entries to the Poetry Competition on the theme “Masks”. Our contest is open to anyone writing in English and offers the opportunity for prizes and publication in the Momaya Poetry Review 2019. Entries may be up to 1,500 words long in any style so long as your poem fits the theme.
We all wear masks, shields that hide our deepest fears and emotions from the world, facades we put on at work, with family or friends. Other masks are physical, like the ones at kabuki theatre, a masked ball or halloween. Explore the seen and unseen with this year’s theme and show us where the truth really lies.